- During cancer treatment the most useful activities were relaxation, massage, cognitive behavioural therapy combined with physical activity, resistance training, aerobic activity and yoga; and
- After cancer treatment had finished the most useful activities were yoga, cognitive behavioural therapy alone or combined with physical therapy, tai-chi, resistance training and aerobic exercise.
Julie Adams, a bohemian free spirit who likes to challenge the status quo in healthcare, and Lorna Cook, a dynamic powerhouse of networking and marketing energy, founded chemo@home in 2013. We are passionate about growing chemo@home across Australia; aiming to provide true patient centred care to cancer and chronic illness patients and their families. This blog is partly health information and partly a reflection of our personal experiences and opinions. Happy reading. www.chemoathome.com.au